“You did the impossible, because you didn’t realize it was impossible.”
That was a quote by Debi Coleman who worked under Steve Jobs in the early days of Apple.
I loved the book, Steve Jobs, by Walter Isaacson.
And I am not even a technical kind of guy, but I, like you, use a computer every day of my life.
What is fascinating to me thus far in the book is that Steve Jobs was driven to leave a mark on this world.
The manner of which he drove people to the breaking point is famous.
However, many of those same people would also say that he made them believe they were changing the world, they were leaving their mark, they were achieving the impossible.
What causes one to settle for the possible?
What causes one to settle for an almost life?
What causes one to desire to achieve the impossible but fall so miserably short and never even realize the potential of which God has placed within them?
“But with God all things are possible.” “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”
I can not take those verses out of the Bible, nor can I take out the words “all things” from either one of those verses.
God intended for us to achieve, to seek, to strive, to make ourselves and at times those around us absolutely miserable until we drive ourselves to find our mark.
I am good at both of those actually.
Making myself miserable and making those around me miserable as well.
But that is part of the process in desiring to achieve the impossible.
Move off your position of possible and strive to visualize, recognize and achieve the impossible.
God is already there…at the point of impossibility…
…waiting on me…waiting on you.